Janine paints the land and sky of the English countryside in pastel.

Her style is balanced between the classic and the contemporary; showing the beauty of the landscape and its natural abstractions of colour and pattern.

She creates a sense of place and presence and suggests the spaciousness that is found in the wilderness of England's mountain and moorland.

Her work varies from large paintings of windswept skies over land, to more intimate pieces of fields and woodland.

She uses a palette of intense blues, greens and gold and subtle misted shades of pale ochres, lilac and grey.  Janine's original pastels express the delicacy and depth of England's varied landscapes and changing skies.